When: Friday, May 22, 2020
Doors open at 10:00 a.m.
Where: 3219 E. Hwy 98, Panama City, FL 32401
We’re proud to announce the grand re-opening of our Springfield Goodwill Outlet Store on Friday, May 22. In October 2018, the Springfield Goodwill Outlet Store was destroyed by Hurricane Michael. Before the hurricane, Goodwill had been in the same location for nearly two decades. The return of the outlet is needed and welcomed by the Springfield community. We look forward to positively impacting the economic development of the area, not only by hiring employees but also by attracting shoppers.
New to Goodwill Outlet Stores?
Get ready for a fun treasure hunt for last-chance items at exclusive discounts. Our outlet concept allows shoppers to purchase clothing by-the-pound, as low as $1.79. Thanks to the generous people who donate and shop at our Goodwill stores, we’re able to expand our services and provide resources at low cost to our community, who need it most.
COVID-19 Safety Precautions
We’ll be following and enforcing strict CDC guidelines with safety for our employees and shoppers as a top priority. We will be social distancing, donations have been quarantined, and employees are trained in strict safety protocol outlined by the CDC. In addition, we would like to encourage shoppers to wear gloves as an extra precautionary measure.
Come join us at 10 a.m. and shop Goodwill’s lowest prices and last-chance items for as low as .79 cents a pound.
Goodwill Industries – Big Bend stores will be re-opening all retail stores starting Friday, May 1st, following strict CDC guidelines with safety for our employees and shoppers as a top priority. Please check back for most up-to-date information regarding openings.
We invite you to also shop online at shopgoodwill.com/tallahassee
We are taking important precautions to ensure our employees and customers’ protection. We have done a deep, thorough cleaning of stores, trained employees in strict safety protocol outlined by the CDC, and are taking numerous safety precautions, including:
- All employees will wear personal protective equipment
- We will encourage and enforce social distancing in stores
- One-way shopping aisles
- Continue increased cleaning and disinfecting in all of our facilities
- Sanitation pumps will be provided at the front and back doors
- Sneeze guards will be in placed at all cash registers
- Will be implementing options for no touch payment options at our stores
- Limiting the number of customers allowed in each store at a given time
- Customers don’t have to get out of their car to donate their items at our drive-thrus
- All donation attendants will be wearing gloves and masks
- For customers who wish to get out of their cars, donation bins will be placed 6 feet from any of our attendants
- We are continuing to hold donations for safe periods before processing
As a self-funding nonprofit, the revenue generated from our retail stores directly supports our vision of ending poverty through the power of work. We do this by offering no-cost career development, training and education services to anyone in need of a job.
Now, more than ever, these services are critical to help Floridians get back to work.
Goodwill’s mission services team is on the front lines to help people with unemployment applications and other critical job services. Our stores will re-open May 1st to help these services and provide value shopping options for our community.
We appreciate your support of Goodwill Industries – Big Bend where training, equals jobs, equals community.
Remember, Good WILL Overcome.
In light of the evolving COVID-19 pandemic, Goodwill Industries – Big Bend will be temporarily closing our retail stores effective Friday, April 3. We will remain closed until local and state mandates to close are lifted and we are able to resume operations.
During this time, we will be accepting donations, with a few guidelines to follow in order to keep you and our employees safe.
Our stores will have containers for you to drop your donations in, labeled for clothing, hard goods, books, and computer and electronic donations. To limit human contact, we will not be accepting furniture or large items such as bicycles and appliances.
Keep in mind, donations must be able to fit into a 3 ft x 3 ft container opening.
We thank you for your continued support during this pandemic. We encourage you to visit us once we reopen – as shoppers and donors are crucial in helping fund our employment programs for individuals facing significant barriers to employment.
Our social enterprise of stores provides resources and opportunities for job counseling, training, placement and coaching for thousands of people with barriers to employment in our communities.
We will be providing updates as often as we can. Stay informed by following us on Facebook, Instagram and Twitter @GoodwillBigBend. Thank you for your understanding and continued support of Goodwill Industries – Big Bend during these challenging times. We encourage those who wish to help people in need in our community to click here where we will gratefully accept your financial support.
We can all do our part to protect our community and support each other. We will get through this together. #GoodWillOvercome
We understand if you’re hesitant to shop during the current health issues, but please know we are making every effort to keep your Goodwill shopping experience safe, fun and within reach. Home Pick Up services have been suspended until further notice and effective March 23 stores and donation centers will be open 10-6 M-Sat and 12-5 on Sundays.
Goodwill Industries – Big Bend is committed to the health and safety of our team members, shoppers, donors, clients and community. We are actively monitoring both local and national information about COVID-19 and are continuing to do everything we can to keep our stores a clean and safe shopping environment.
Staying in? Visit us online at http://shopgoodwill.com/
Thank you for your continued support of Goodwill and helping us change lives through the power of work.